Armed with a successful legal career and a penchant for public service, Conway resident Andrea Woods recently announced her candidacy for circuit judge.
Multi-Media Account Executive at the Log Cabin Democrat
How long have you been at the Log Cabin
What was your first job (of any nature)?
Working part time at a gas station in Roland, AR during high school
Meet Treece Ealy. He’s eleven years old and he’s a writer. He writes poetry, comedies, parodies, nonfiction, and now he’s writing a book.
This young prodigy began writing in the second grade. He is homeschooled, but received some additional writing instruction from former Conway High School English teacher, June Simmons, over the past year at Blackbird Academy. At Blackbird, he has studied different kinds of writing. Most recently, he has been learning about haikus.
Don and Kim Silvestri
Spencer Mountain at the Lake
Year built: 2012
Builder: Stewart McConnell
Johnny Wells and Wayne Lilly-painters
Ridout Lumber-flooring and windows
Conway Regional Health System has been named among 36 companies as one of the Best Places to Work in Arkansas. The fifth annual recognition program was created by Arkansas Business and Best Companies Group as a way of identifying, recognizing and honoring the best employers in Arkansas as well as how they benefit the state’s economy, workforce and businesses.
Conway Regional Health System employs more than 1,400 physicians, nurses, technologists, pharmacists, therapists, technicians and support staff from a variety of professions and is one of the largest employers in Conway.
The Conway Area Chamber of Commerce has been named a winner of two industry awards that recognize communications and marketing work. Presented annually by the Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives, the Communications Excellence awards program is designed to celebrate exceptional work in the areas of advertising and marketing, campaigns, digital, and publications.
City of Hope Outreach Founder and Director Phil Fletcher (left) cuts a ribbon July 13 with CoHO Academy kids with the opening of the Brookside Academy.
First Service Bank employees celebrate the grand opening of the bank’s second Conway location June 28 with a ribbon-cutting at the new location at 540 United Drive.
Urban Air Trampoline Park opened with several features for the entire family. Employees and the Conway Area Chamber of Commerce celebrated the grand opening with a ribbon-cutting July 7.
Dogs and cats may not live as long as their human companions, but they age just like other living creatures. Cats’ and dogs’ rate of growth and maturity is accelerated compared to human beings’, and pet owners should know it’s never too soon to make plans for keeping pets comfortable as they grow older.
In love we find out
who we want to be.
In war we find
out who we are.
One day I was sitting on my couch and talking about my need to exercise. My oldest son Jake said, “Put on your shoes.” I was surprised and asked him, “Why?” He said, “Stop talking about it. Let’s do it.”
I put on my shoes and we headed out the front door. I asked Jake, “Where are we going?” He said, “For a run.”
We started to run and I did really great... at first. We ran from our house to a big hill located about two miles away. I was excited when I made it to the hill without stopping.
The Alchemy Songwriting Competition is kicking off it’s 2017 submission period on August 9, accepting original songs in seven genres and two age categories (Youth 13-17 and Adult).
Founded in 2011 with the help of recording artist and American Idol winner Kris Allen, the competition serves to get the work of up and coming songwriters in front of industry professionals. “As a young songwriter I would have loved an opportunity to be a part of something like this. I think it’s a great venue to have your songs heard,” Allen said.
As summer draws to a close, back-to-school season is in full effect. Remember to safely share the roads with school buses, pedestrians and bicyclists, and provide children with the necessary knowledge to stay safe at school.
Whether children walk, ride their bicycle or take the bus to school, it is extremely important that they–and the motorists around them–take proper safety precautions.
No matter what age you happen to be right now, like the lyrics say in a song by the Swedish electro-pop recording artist Seinabo Sey, “You ain’t getting any younger, are ya?” Fact is, the older I get the more obvious – and frankly – frustrating that is. I was recently working on cleaning up along a fence and weeding some flower beds and simply hit the wall, so I quit for the day. But I didn’t let that keep me from finishing the job the next day. Why, you might ask, did I tackle that task myself? Well, at least in part, I did it to keep my mind sharp – and that’s a real concern for me.
A microcurrent facial is often referred to as a “natural” facelift. This safe and painless facial helps erase fine lines and wrinkles, while firming your skin and defining your features. It improves muscle tone, reduces puffiness, increases cellular activity, and tightens pores. The overall result is healthier and younger looking skin. There is no downtime, and you can immediately go about your day.